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0000 0000 8362 8565
Name: 
Adams, C. K.
Adams, Ch. Kendall
Adams, Charles K.
Adams, Charles Kendall
Dates: 
1835-1902
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cre
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Clarke, Joseph Thacher -1920
Emerton, Ephraim (1851-1935)
Fisher, John Alonzo
Foster, William E. (1851-1930)
Foster, William Eaton (1851-1930)
Hall, G. Stanley (1844-1924)
Hall, Granville Stanley (1844-1924)
Hart, Albert Bushnell (1854-1943)
Johnson, A.J. (Firm)
Morris, George Sylvester (1840-1889)
Seeley, John Robert Sir, 1834-1895
Trent, William Peterfield (1862-1939)
White, Andrew Dickson (1832-1918)
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british orations
Christopher Columbus His life and his work
Democracy and monarchy in France from the inception of the great revolution to the overthrow of the second empire
Historical sketch of the University of Michigan
history of the United States, A
Johnson's Universal cyclopaedia
manual of historical literature, A : comprising brief descriptions of the most important histories in English, French and German : together with practical suggestions as to methods and courses of historical study : for the use of students, general readers, and collectors of books
Methods of teaching history. Vol. I
Proceedings and addresses at the inauguration of Charles Kendall Adams, LL.D., to the presidency of Cornell University. November 19th, 1885.
Questions and notes on the constitutional history of England, for the use of advanced students and postgraduates in the historical seminary.
relations of higher education to national prosperity, The : an oration delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of the University of Vermont, June 27, 1876
relations of polical science ... [MI] 1881, The
Representative British Orations with introductions and explanatory notes
Universal cyclopaedia and atlas.
University of Michigan, the sources of its power and its success. An address delivered at the annual commencement of the University of Michigan, June 25, 1896., The
Washington and the higher education; an address delivered before Cornell university, February 22, 1888.
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